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15 And it came to pass, that, while they communed together and reasoned, Jesus himself drew near, and went with them.
Personalities: Cleopas (only mentioned in Luke’s Gospel), an unnamed Disciple and Jesus
Lesson Premise: These two followers of Jesus were walking away from Jerusalem with their doubts, sense of confusion and overall disbelief of the initial Gospel message of Jesus’s resurrection. In short, they were walking away from Christ. However, Jesus met them on the journey and revealed Himself to them despite their inability to see Him. As we live in the tension, of who we are and who we are becoming, GOD calls us to move forward from resurrection having the faith to believe that Jesus can meet us right where we are. Often when Jesus meets us, Jesus meets us in a mess, with all of our questions, points of confusion and our inability to see the hand of GOD at work beyond our own crises of faith. The good news is, even when we are in a mess, Jesus meets us with a resurrection revelation of who is that disrupts our mess with a brand new fire.
How does Jesus meet these Disciples?
January 9, 2022
The Resurrection of Jesus was and is a cosmos-altering moment. In Jesus’s rising from the grave, the grip of sin, hell and death upon humanity was/is destroyed for those who choose to embrace the resurrected truth of who Jesus is. Embracing the power of the resurrection is not momentary. It is not just about feeling good on Resurrection Sunday morning. Rather, it is about believing that the power of the Spirit’s life is always at work in the Church, the believer and the spaces we as believers occupy. Jesus is not only alive, but Jesus is the Life-Giver.continue reading
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